My Ex Girlfriend gained like 50 pounds

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  1. She was a little chubby back when we went out 2 years ago, but she was cute and I dont mind if its just a little bit of thickness.


    But anyways, I broke up with her about 2 years ago. She still wanted to be friends and that was fine with me cause she is fun to hang out with on occasion.


    But now, she has gained a load of weight since we broke up. and she always introduces herself as my ex girlfriend :ugh:. So idk bro, I don't want everyone thinking that I used to go out with a very obese chick.

    advice?
     
  2. Abomb

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    if you still want to hang out with her, tell her one on one LOOK fattie, stop introducing yourself as my ex or we are not hanging out anymore. if you dont want to hang out with her, just ignore
     
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    Are you that embrassed?

    You dated her and now she turned into a fattie. Who cares? You're not with her anymore.

    I can see your annoyance, though. I don't know why she doesn't just say she's a friend. Tell her not to introduce herself as your ex.

    If it's a big deal, don't hang out with her anymore.
     
  4. sportsjunkie

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    so what, you're not dating her anymore

    if you're that paranoid, then maybe you shouldn't be her friend.
     
  5. antihero

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    just tell her to stop introducing herself as your ex. don't bother explaining anything.

    you arn't being paranoid or insecure... stuff like that does matter
     
  6. MattThom01

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    Why should you be held accountable for another adult's decisions, when you have no current ties to her?
     
  7. antihero

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    i don't even understand how you are asking me this question...

    There is a natural assumption that if they were dating someone undesirable then the reason is because they could not do any better, and if you are dating someone desirable then you must have qualities that make you worthy of snagging such a desirable catch. Obviously this is wrong mostly because desirable in this instance applies only to the most superficial measures of a person, but such is life.

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    "how to spot a rich guy"


    in any event she really shouldnt be trying to lay any claim on him, even with the ex.. thats just a bit weird
     
  8. JohnJohnJohnson

    JohnJohnJohnson Effetely Sipping My Latte OT Supporter

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    She is doing it for the same reason you want her not to be doing it.

    Ask her to stop introducing you as her ex :dunno:
     
  9. Leftychang

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    so wise you are
     
  10. Placebo

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    Get over it or stop dating fat chicks.
     
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    Exactly.

    Just tell her its been 2 years and it is not necessary for her to introduce herself as your ex.
     
  12. Durka Durka

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    exactly
     
  13. antihero

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    i really don't care enough about this to debate it.

    there is a big difference between "caring about someones past" and just contributing to a first impression. First impressions are important.

    and calling someone an ex is most definitely claiming them. If I introduce a girl to my friends as my ex, that most definitely means "and this is my ex, and therfore not for you" Otherwise I would just introduce her as a friend.

    I don't think I would ever introduce someone from 2 years ago as my ex to a woman, but if I did, the only reason would be to flaunt some very hot ex.

    I mean sure if someone ask "how do you know so and so" sure it could come up, but just introducing her as "this is my ex girlfriend so and so" is very weird.
     
  14. o really? is that weird bro?

    and I like hanging with her. she has a pool and a hot tub. Its really nice to go over there and go swimming. Cause she will like cook me a meal and serve me some drinks lol :mamoru:


    its nice.
     
  15. sportsjunkie

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    so you're using her? :rofl:

    crazy friendship


    j/k
     
  16. UsualSuspect

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    my last ex dropped 35 and has a smoking hot bod now. :hs:
     
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    Tell her to introduce herself as your "friend" because that is what you guys are...you would rather focus on the present than the past.
     

  18. idk bro. I honestly think she is a nice girl and enjoy hanging with her on occasion.
     
  19. calisteph6

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    I would never refer to an ex as an ex unless someone specifically asked how we knew eachother. I think it's just kinda of weird. Why does everyone else need to know all of your business?
     
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    I'm just a really private person. :dunno: I know a lot of my friends think it's to the point where I act like I'm hiding something, but I'm really not.
     
  21. antihero

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    yeeeeesss... which like i said, is why you should just use friend instead of ex
     
  22. antihero

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    you talk about your love life 2 years back with strangers? :ugh:
     
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    If I hang with my ex it's because we're friends and I would call them a friend in front of others.
     
  24. antihero

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    then why the hell did you just drag us through that clusterfuck? The whole premise was that you ARE friends with your ex, in which case the relevant social dynamic is friends which makes it a better description then ex.

    if shes not your friend and is just your ex, of course call her your ex.
     
  25. k0in b4hd

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    fat chicks are usually bitches, and why would you want to date a bitch? or be friends with one?
     

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